Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park


CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is considered to be one of the Largest Tiger Reserve under the Project Tiger which lies in the district of Nainital which is the oldest established park of India which came into existence in the year 1936. Where the basic format raise and come up in the lane particularly for the CORBETT NATIONAL PARK marking the fundamental concern behind that the CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is somewhat a Park that belongs to the country and to the people surviving into it and then it is considered as marking into the procedure of making in regards for the enrichment of the particular lives basically for all of us.

Over the banks of the river Ramganga Reservoir, there lies a Sonandi Zone which is particularly called the homes for Elephants and Leopards, with the inclusion of the existences of ample species of the birds, CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is considered a Forested Wildlife Sanctuary situated in the Northern India under the State Of Uttrarakhand, which is extremely rich in terms of Flora and Fauna. CORBETT NATIONAL PARK after the name of one of the renowned Hunter and the Naturalist Mr. JIM CORBETT whose actual name was Mr. Edward James Corbett carrying up the initiative of the Project Tiger to grow more.

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is one of the biggest Tiger Reserve and a Project of Tiger Reserve as well which lies in the Uttarakhand State and the Nainital District. CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is also being honored as one of that place where the Project Tiger was launched first time in 1973. CORBETT NATIONAL PARK is eventually an ecotourism destination in terms of the parks which has Sub-Himalayan Belt ranging in terms of the geographical along with the ecological characteristics. The area ranges from approx 201.1 sq mi with the inclusion of various Rivers, Hills, Marshy Zones, Grasslands, and various Lakes into. It comes up with the densest and the most Deciduous Type Of The Forest.

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK has a span of over an extent of 520 square kilometers, which in basically a whole area which comprises of the Hills, Marshy Depressing Zones, Riverine Belts with the inclusion of many Grasslands and very big Lakes.

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK comes among those few Tiger Reserves in India which allows the night stay inside the World of Adventure, not only this it offers the site seeing inside by the means of a Four Wheeler Jeep (provided by the Forest itself) as no vehicles from outside or of tourists are allowed inside the Jungle apart from this Elephant’s are being used for the Safari purposes.

Talking in terms of CORBETT NATIONAL PARK and it’s safari booking there comes no cost to be payed in terms of the safety and security of the visitors until and unless, there is any kind of negligence made and particularly by Breaking Of The Rules From The Visitor’s Side. As JIM CORBETT or else any of the other National Parks is somewhat a Jungle, particularly someone else’s home to reside in. What all has to be done is only to follow the rules as for instance while there is a Jeep Safari Ride, it is strictly advised- Not To Step Out of it.  Or else if there is an Elephant Safari Ride, it is strictly prohibited- Not To Roam Around In The Midst Of The Jungle, infact it is suggested good to sit tight and alert on the back of the elephants.

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK has some special features and there is the sole National Park in India that offers a great lane for the tourists that pays the way for night stay and that too inside the forest. In order to maintain the tourist zones and promote the tourism inside the region of CORBETT NATIONAL PARK, it has been divided into various zones the Dhikala Zone which requires at least 90 days prior booking for the stay. Apart from this there are several zones like the Khinnauli, the Sarpduli, the Gairal, the Bijrani, the Lohachuad, the Pakhro, the Kalagad and the Ratwadab which are the essential gates as well to enter inside for a sneak peek into the forest.  

In order to reach the JIM CORBETT the best approach is through rails and by roads to the centre point called as the Ramnagar, which is also the headquarters of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Ramnagar is the small town located in the state of Uttrakhand which connects the major networks of cities through rail like Delhi, Moradabad, Nainital, Bareilly, Haridwar, Haldwani etc.

Ranking towards the Wildlife CORBETT NATIONAL PARK has about atleast 586 types of species from the Resident along with the Migratory Birds, 33 types of species from the Reptiles, 36 types of species of Dragonflies, most popular the Bengal Tiger, Leopards, Small Cats, Jungle Cats, Fishing Cats, with the inclusion of other Mammals like Barking Deer, Sambar Deer, Hog Deer, Chital, Sloth, Himalayan Black Bear, Indian Grey Mongoose, Otters, Yellow Throated Martens, Himalayan Goral, Indian Pangolins, Langur, Rhesus Macaques, Owls, Nightjars, Indian Elephants, Indian Pythons, Crocodiles, Gharials and much more inside the JIM CORBETT Wildlife Lane.

Apart from the core areas the Zones which are available for the day visits seems to be closed during the Monsoon period. So before planning and coming straight away to visit the Park it is suggested good to have a check over the timings of opening the gates. The gates reopen on the 10th of October every year and closes on the 15th of June.

JIM CORBETT covers a large belt into which there lays down many attractive tourist places nearby situated like the Lansdowne, the Nainital, the Haridwar, the Rishikesh and many more which can also be visited at the time of the visiting the CORBETT NATIONAL PARK.

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